#YucatanFoods and The Ryan Broyles ( Of Detroit Lions’) Foundation Team Up For The “No Backpack Goes Empty” Campaign(0)
Yucatan Foods and The Ryan Broyles Foundation have teamed up to help fill backpacks this fall through their No Backpack Goes Empty campaign. Winners of the promotion will receive a backpack loaded with school supplies and autographed NFL sports memorabilia, while donations from the promotion will benefit the community.
Are you interested in learning something new like cake decorating or even creative stamping?
As the leaves begin to change color and the air starts to turn crisp, Tea Collection’s New German Arrivals for Boys and Girls are the perfect compliment to the approaching autumn season.
In a previous post I mentioned that I would blog about my experience with PanAway and my knee. A couple months ago when I was moving things around in our basement, my knee came into contact with our old bulky TV. I bumped it pretty hard. I knew instantly that my knee would probably not be the same due to the excruciating pain that I experienced.
It’s hard to believe that we are in the final month of summer. Where has the time gone? While some kids will be heading back to school end of August and others not until September, you can still squeeze out last minute summer fun, including printables. There are 5 great websites that offer free printables for kids of all ages:
This is great info to keep handy for possible vacation plans between now and next summer!
Mars Petcare announced a voluntary recall this week for a small number of their Pedigree Adult Complete Nutrition dog food packages. The recall is limited to 22 bags that were sold in Dollar General Stores in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee, between the dates of August 18-25. The affected bags were scheduled for recall after it was discovered that they may contain fragments of metal.
As every busy parent knows, just because kids are back in school, it doesn’t mean that the hustle and bustle from summer goes away. After-school sports, clubs, and homework schedules can make healthy meal planning and packing nutritious lunches difficult for busy parents.
With a groundswell of mobile phone adoption among young Americans and an increasing array of new social media apps at their disposal, it’s never been easier for children to connect with friends, family, peers, teachers and other likeminded community members. Beyond the industry giants such as Facebook and Instagram, the multitude of social apps available makes it easy for children to express themselves, share photos and videos, organize social events, and even meet new friends.